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2000-05-19 Malcolm Tunacao w rsc 7 Medgoen Singsurat, Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Brian McMahon. With a relentless display of aggression, Tunacao (111) ground down Singsurat (112), now fighting as Kratingdaeng-Gym, to defeat at 1.53 of the seventh when the referee had seen enough and rescued the brave champion to save him from further punishment. Both men were badly cut, Tunacao, a lanky southpaw, over the left eye and Singsurat being gashed on the right eye.
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2000-05-19 [[Malcolm Tunacao]] w rsc 7 [[Medgoen Singsurat]], Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Brian McMahon. With a relentless display of aggression, Tunacao (111), a lanky southpaw, ground down Singsurat (112) to defeat at 1.53 of the seventh when the referee had seen enough and rescued the brave champion to save him from further punishment. Both men were badly cut, Tunacao over the left eye and Singsurat on the right eye. At the time of the fight, Singsurat was being billed as 3-K Battery.
  
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2000-05-19 Malcolm Tunacao w rsc 7 Medgoen Singsurat, Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Brian McMahon. With a relentless display of aggression, Tunacao (111), a lanky southpaw, ground down Singsurat (112) to defeat at 1.53 of the seventh when the referee had seen enough and rescued the brave champion to save him from further punishment. Both men were badly cut, Tunacao over the left eye and Singsurat on the right eye. At the time of the fight, Singsurat was being billed as 3-K Battery.